Jack joins the establishment to earn money for Tiffany's education.
Tiffany tutors her inept teachers after they fail state skills tests.
When Ryan destroys Tiffany's art-class project, he replaces it with his own.
Tiffany tries to help Ryan win over Barbara; Jack gives dance lessons to the boys.
Tiffany thinks she has met the perfect guy, but his perfection gets tiresome.
When Ryan gets a job at a burger joint, his boss becomes smitten with Tiffany.
On her application to Harvard, Tiffany claims she plays violin.
Jack dumps Ross in favor of Ryan in a father-son basketball tournament.
Tiffany's bank wants her to be a spokeswoman to appeal to young savers.
Jack and Tiffany have differing advice for Ryan when a large, rich girl likes him.
Jack sells expensive, illegal toilets.
Tiffany refuses to divulge a secret about a rival.
Tiffany helps a writer on the school paper come out of his shell.
Tiffany and Ryan appear on the TV game show "Smart and Stupid Siblings."
Tiffany seeks a fencing scholarship to Harvard.
Ross wants to retake an IQ test.
Tiffany plots revenge for a childhood prank Ryan pulled.
Tiffany writes love letters to a Frenchman; Ryan tries to attract women.
Tiffany and Ryan wonder about machismo in the '90s.
Tiffany convinces her girlfriend (Jelene Daney) to join the male basketball team.
Tiffany tries desperately to get the best grade for a class.
Tiffany and Ryan investigate mysterious sightings at college.
The family reminisces during Ross' boring film.
The family relives adventure in the West.
Tiffany's 20th birthday approaches.
Ryan appears on television commercials.
Tiffany has a blackout after consuming alcohol.
Ryan becomes an aid in Ross' class.
Tiffany's boyfriend rejects her for another woman.
Tiffany poses as a cheerleader to write an expose.
Ryan needs an A on his midterm, to stay on the baseball team.
Tiffany exposes a teacher's (Richard Sanders) dark secret.
Jennie and Tiffany pitch a TV series to a former network executive.
A beautiful college student is attracted to Ryan.
Tiffany unwittingly ruins a classmate's relationship.
Ryan plans to create a web site.
Ryan looks to slay vampires.
Tiffany pledges a sorority.
Ryan challenges his new girlfriend to a basketball game.
An exorcist (Don Novello) tries to rid Jennie.
Jennie returns as a ghost after dying.
Tiffany acts stupid to attract a boy.
Tiffany joins the college newspaper.
Ross protests animal abuse and makes his family become vegetarians.
Tiffany is accepted at Harvard.
Ryan goes to a chic hair salon with Tiffany and is mistaken for a hair stylist.
Tiffany gets a job at an ice-cream parlor.
Ryan gets a Russian mail-order bride.
Tiffany's martinet English teacher gives her a grade she doesn't like.
Tiffany and friends protest the cafeteria's mashed potatoes.
Jack scotches Tiffany's romance with a biker.
Bored with being student body president, Tiffany campaigns for Ryan.
When Tiffany stops dating an actor, he offers the whole family parts in his TV show.
A brush with death encourages Tiffany to expand her life's horizons.
Ryan sweats a big date Tiffany set up for him.
The family visits House of Hollywood and meets Erik Estrada.
Tiffany joins volleyball to improve her college applications.
Tiffany is central to a video by Ryan and his band.
Someone is shaving the heads of long-haired girls at Priddy High.
Tiffany gets hooked when she goes to bingo games with Jennie.
A lightning strike prompts Ryan to create a secret identity, Lightning Boy.
Tiffany recruits Jack to investigate Sable's mother.
Tiffany takes up modeling to pay for college.
Tiffany and Sable compete for a guy at the beach.
A beautiful new girl shatters Tiffany's expectations for her senior year.
Ryan falls for an older woman with two children.
Ryan considers what his future will be after high school.
Tiffany transfers to a class for gifted girls.
Jennie thinks Mr. Floppy's book is Jack's.
Jennie coaches Tiffany for a school play.
Jack and Ryan compete on the basketball court.
As the Valentine's dance approaches, Tiffany eyes a new boy at school.
When Jennie and Ryan try to make their horoscopes come true, their respective efforts constantly fail.
Jack ends up in the slammer when Jennie's argument with a meter maid over a ticket results in a visit from the police.
Jennie (Stephanie Hodge) quickly learns that life doesn't imitate art after she coerces the family to go on a picnic. With Geoff Pierson and Bobcat Goldthwait.
Tiffany and Ryan borrow the car without permission.
Ryan passes a urine test and becomes an instant celebrity.
Tiffany wants to entertain a beau in her room.
Jennie and Jack (Stephanie Hodge, Geoff Pierson) threaten to take away Ryan's (Kevin Connolly) driving privileges if he doesn't get higher grades.
A bully targets Tiffany.
Jennie gets a glass-top dining table.
Ryan and Tiffany get learners permits.
Groupie Jennie may have a tryst with a rock star.
Jack and Jennie (Geoff Pierson, Stephanie Hodge) are stunned to find out their new neighbor's (Victoria Jackson) husband (Diane Delano) is a woman.
A basement-dwelling rat terrifies Jack and Mr. Floppy.
Tiffany freaks out over a zit and a bathroom scale.
Jennie and Jack reunite, sort of.
Tiffany and Ryan (Nikki Cox, Kevin Connolly) are embarrassed when Jennie (Stephanie Hodge) is invited to be a guest speaker at school.
Tiffany (Nikki Cox) needs help when she risks being put on trial for losing the school's spring dance money.
Tiffany (Nikki Cox) spends a night at the lake with friends.
Jennie (Stephanie Hodge) learns her beau is married.
A flirtatious handyman fails to make a pass at Jennie.
After Ross (Justin Berfield) breaks a mirror, he cuts off Mr. Floppy's foot for good luck.
Ryan and Ross (Kevin Connolly, Justin Berfield) rebel against "women's work."
To escape his flu-ridden family, Jack (Geoff Pierson) heads for the border with Mr. Floppy.
Jack (Geoff Pierson) runs over his mother-in-law (Joyce Van Patten) with a moped.
Jennie (Stephanie Hodge) considers breast implants.
A sexy teacher (Jessica Hahn) accepts a date with Jack (Geoff Pierson).
Lonely Jennie covets Jack's new VCR.
A recently divorced father lives on $6,000 a year.